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I have ever had this problem before, but I did disconnect the xbox from the cable and unpluged the system to take it down stairs to use it, then back up stairs it went. Tryed to hook it back up, but it would not connect. I did look at the settings and reset them. But nothing... robert loehr yesss@comcast.net

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    Is this not that new of a concern on disconnects with Xbox 360?



    But what now...............

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Try power cycling your router.
Then go to your xbox and restore factory defaults
Then go and logg on to your wireless network and check the connection.
For further assistance, call 18004MYXBOX

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E74. System Error. Contact Xbox Customer Support. uparrow.gifBack to the top
CAUSE loadTOCNode(1, 'cause'); This behavior occurs when the Xbox 360 console experiences a hardware failure. THINGS TO TRY loadTOCNode(1, 'whattotry'); Here are some steps that you can use to try to resolve the issue. 1. Turn off the console, disconnect all the cables, and then reconnect all the cables. Turn the console back on. 2. Turn off the console, and then disconnect any accessories that are connected. For example, disconnect any Xbox 360 controllers, Xbox 360 Memory Units, and the Xbox 360 Hard Drive. With the accessories disconnected, restart the console to see whether the problem still occurs. This can help you determine whether the console or an accessory is experiencing the problem. 3. If you continue to experience this problem, contact Xbox Customer Service.

Note If the agent cannot help you resolve this issue, you may have to return the console to Microsoft for repair. If this doesn't work, please click here to talk to an xbox agent who can further assist you with troubleshooting ideas.

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